Healing Properties:

Maple Syrup


Maple Syrup is made from the xylem sap of maple trees. 1 Maple syrup contains vitamins, amino acids, organic acids, simple sugars (primarily, sucrose,) and complex carbohydrates such as inulin. 2

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Health and Healing Research

  • Neuroprotective
    • Maple syrup decreased several age-dependent phenotypes (observable characteristics) related to proteotoxicity (impairment of cell function caused by misfolding of proteins). 5
    • Could be used to treat Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) 5
    • Helps maintain neuronal integrity during aging. 5
  • Promotes Healthy Gut Bacteria. 3
    • The complex carbohydrate Inulin, contained in Maple Syrup, acts as a prebiotic and works to encourage the growth of beneficial bacteria in the gut. 3
  • Phenolic-enriched maple syrup extract. 2
    • Has potential as a dietary agent against diseases mediated by oxidative stress and inflammation.
    • Anti-glycation
    • Anti-oxidative (antioxidant)
    • anti-diabetic
    • anticancer
    • anti-inflammatory
    • neuroprotective
    • colon health
    • Antimicrobial activity of a phenolic-rich maple syrup extract 4
    • Strong synergistic interaction with selected antibiotics 4
      • Phenolic-rich maple syrup extract significantly repressed multiple-drug resistance genes as well as genes associated with motility, adhesion, biofilm formation, and virulence.


1: Wikipedia, Maple Syrup

2: Royal Society of Chemistry: Food & Function Journal, Jan 2017

3: EurekAlert! by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, April 2017

4: The American Society for Microbiology, March 2015

5: The Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry, American Chemical Society, April 2016